Now, the company has announced it will increase the rate at which it is adding capacity to its web-based service, reaching 6283MB of storage on January 4 next year. After that users will receive 3.3MB every day, which is reportedly 10 times larger than the current rate of growth.
In addition to boosting the capacity of the free Gmail accounts, Google Apps Premier Edition will now receive 25GB, up from the previous limit of 10GB. Other paid subscribers aren't forgotten either. Those who pay $20, $75, $250 and $500 per year will now get 10GB, 40GB, 150GB and 400GB of storage respectively.